Prescription Drug Charges
Alabama Drug Crime Attorney
Crimes involving prescription drugs are on the rise. Just because prescription drugs are not considered illegal does not mean a person will avoid prosecution should he or she commit an offense involving the unlawful use, possession, or distribution of a prescription drug. Furthermore, like all other drug crimes, prescription drug charges carry heavy penalties, including incarceration in state or federal prison, large fines, community service, probation or parole, and mandatory drug treatment or counseling.
If you have been charged for your involvement in a prescription drug crime, there is no reason you should face your charges alone. An Alabama drug crime attorney at Eversole Law, LLC can be of invaluable assistance in defending your case and helping you fight your charges throughout the entire criminal process.
Prescription Drug Laws
Under Alabama Law, it is illegal to possess a prescription medication without a valid prescription from a licensed doctor or physician. While unlawfully possessing any type of prescription drug can lead to criminal charges, we have found that certain prescriptions drugs are more prevalent in crimes than others, such as:
- Oxycontin, Oxycodone, Percodan, and Percocet
- Valium, Xanax, Rophynol, Librium
- Opium, Morphine, Methadone
- Ritalin, Adderall, Concerta, and other drugs used to treat ADD or ADHD
- Dexadrine, Desoxyn
Other Prescription Drug Crimes
In addition to unlawful possession of a prescription drug, we also defend people against other types of prescription drug crimes, such as:
- Prescription fraud
- Attempting to fill the same prescription at multiple pharmacies
- Selling or distributing prescription drugs
- Forging a doctor or physician's signature
- Altering a prescription
- Using another person's identity to obtain a prescription
- Stealing another person's prescription, whether for resale or personal use
To ensure you have aggressive defense against your charges, please take a moment to contact Alabama drug crime lawyer Steven Eversole today.